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Estonian design to be introduced in Brussels for the first time (picture gallery)

From 24 April to 25 May, the Estonian design review exhibition “Size doesn’t matter” will take place in Brussels at the Design Flanders Gallery; it’s the first time Estonian design is exhibited in the Belgian capital. According to Ilona Gurjanova, the curator of the exhibition, the Estonian Association of Designers …

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Art exhibition “Traces” at the Estonian Embassy in Berlin

Art exhibition “Traces” brings two Estonian artists to Berlin – for the first time, Mari Roosvalt and Mara Ljutjuk present their work in the German capital. This vernissage is a part of an exhibition series started in autumn 2011, which presents well-sped contemporary artists. The exhibition opened on 8 April …

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Concert review: Across genres and nations – the Estonian TV girls’ choir perform with the British soul and jazz vocalist Ola Onabule in London

As part of the London Southbank Centre choral festival, on 6 April the Estonian TV girls’ choir; a leading Estonian saxophonist, Villu Veski; and the British-Nigerian soul and jazz singer-songwriter, Ola Onabule, performed together for the first time in the UK. With the house lights still up, the Estonian TV …

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21st century Estonian architecture – 20 remarkable buildings

To a stranger – a wondering eye in a new country – architecture can be a window to the country’s past, present and future. We compiled a selection of remarkable Estonian architecture from the recent decades, which represents a new, forward-looking and confident Estonia. This short introduction with images (click …

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Estonian indie-folk band Odd Hugo embarks on a mini-European tour (video)

The Estonian indie-folk band, Odd Hugo, formed in the summer of 2012, has embarked on a miniature European tour – namely in Germany and the Netherlands where the band aims to perform at nine shows. Odd Hugo is a fresh Estonian act, acknowledged for its part-mellow folkie, part-heart-rending poet soundscapes. …

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Villu Veski and the Estonian TV girls’ choir to perform with Ola Onabule in London (video)

As part of the London Southbank Centre choral festival, a leading Estonian saxophonist Villu Veski, the Estonian TV girls’ choir and the British-Nigerian soul and jazz singer-songwriter, Ola Onabule, will perform together for the first time in the UK. On Saturday, 5 April, the Estonian TV girls’ choir is featured …

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From Pussy Riot to Kerli to Spotify – the Tallinn Music Week is making waves again

The Tallinn Music Week (TMW), the annual music conference and showcase festival, will bring notable names in the music industry and 227 bands from 20 countries to the Estonian capital. TMW is a three-day music industry conference and one of the biggest indoor festivals in the Nordic and Baltic region. …

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From Genesis to the Singing Revolution – Steve Hackett talks about his long relationship with Estonia

On 28 April, British singer-songwriter and guitarist Steve Hackett brings his Genesis Extended show to Tallinn’s Nokia Concert Hall. Since early 2013, Steve Hackett has been touring with his all-star band, playing the Genesis material that first brought his name to the global attention. Steve Hackett joined Genesis – which …

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“Arvo Pärt’s music is so close to us, Iranians” – interview with Arman Noroozi, a composition teacher at Art University of Tehran

We at Estonian World were amazed to recently learn that of all the places, there’s also a large following for Arvo Pärt’s music in Iran. We were pretty fascinated by this fact, and when we came across to Arman Noroozi, a composition teacher in Tehran and a massive fan of …

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New York-based Estonian artist Jaanika Peerna exhibits in Italy for the first time

Estonian-born, New York-based artist Jaanika Peerna has had her work exhibited in Italy for the first time. For the exhibition in Ravenna, Peerna transformed the three large gallery spaces into an all-encompassing site-specific installation using large-scale graphite drawings on mylar and video projections. The theme of the exhibition is “advances …

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